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2012 MBBC Scholarship Program Criteria & Guidelines

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MBBC LogoMISSION: To increase awareness of and promote a career choice in Civil Engineering through educating/mentoring high school students.

GOAL: To increase the number and quality of Civil Engineering students graduating from college through financial incentives in the form of scholarships.

The SCE MBBC Scholarship Program criteria and guidelines are compatible with the Summit County Engineer Miniature Bridge Building Competition mission and goal.

Annual scholarships will be awarded in the amounts listed below to students chosen by the MBBC Scholarship Committee. Students may apply yearly for as many years as they are eligible.  Scholarship applications will be available on October 1 and must be returned by February 28 of each calendar year to the MBBC Scholarship Committee.

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Download this file (MBBC_Scholarship_Application_04082011.pdf)MBBC_Scholarship_Application_04082011.pdfCivil Engineering Scholarship Application130 Kb
Download this file (mbbc_scholarship_criteria_2012_rev2.pdf)mbbc_scholarship_criteria_2012_rev2.pdfMiniature Bridge Building Competition Scholarship Criteria, 2012 Revision 298 Kb
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Summit County Engineer receives $1.95 million Public Lands Highway Discretionary Grant

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Akron, Ohio – Alan Brubaker, P.E., P.S., Summit County Engineer, announced today that he will be making significant safety and accessibility improvements to Summit County roadways within the Cuyahoga Valley National Park (CVNP) as the result of the approval of his grant application for $1,947,393.00 of Public Lands Highway Discretionary (PLHD) funds. 

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Letter to SCE employees for a job very well done

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I want to thank all of the Summit County Engineer’s employees for their hard work and heroic actions as a result of the early Tuesday morning rainfall that threatened the safety of Summit County citizens and County infrastructure.  You are all to be commended for the sacrifices and long hours you put in to make sure our roads, bridges and culverts remained safe for traffic.  I have never been more proud to work with all of you. 

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Ditch Petition Process

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DITCH PETITION PROCESS 

Initiation of Petition

            Any landowner (including a private or public corporation, board of township trustees, board of education, mayor or legislative authority, director of any department, office or institution of the state, and the trustees of any state, county, or municipal public institution) can file a petition with the clerk of the county council to construct an “improvement.”

The petition must:

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2011 Summer Newsletter

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Click below to see the 2011 Summer newsletter.

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Rothrock Road Status Update

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Rothrock Road Retail Development

Status Update

April 5, 2011

The Summit County Engineer’s office has received several recent inquiries regarding the status of the Summit County Engineer’s review of the proposed Levey & Company development (Walmart and Sam’s Club retail complex) along Rothrock Road in Copley Township.  The County Engineer is performing review of traffic and stormwater issues on behalf of Copley Township, who has zoning approval authority for this development. This status update will summarize the review activity of the County Engineer.  This update is not to be construed a report of all review activity that is occurring; only project review activity that is being processed by the Summit County Engineer.

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